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Nervos Network
Blockchain

Nervos Network

Blockchain

The Nervos Network is built to support the growth of a crypto economy. In this economy, users' assets are represented by different kinds of tokens, and are traded in a financial system that is open and programmable.

ICO Details
ICO Start:
01 Oct 2019
ICO End:
24 Oct 2019
Hardcap:
72,000,000 USD
Token Price:
0.01 USD
Total Supply:
33,600,000,000
ICO Supply:
7,056,000,000 (21%)
Accepting:
BTC, ETH, USD
Whitelist/KYC:
KYC
Country:
United States
Coin Details
Ticker:
CKB
Algorithm
Eaglesong
Consensus
Proof of Work
Open Source
Yes
Hardware Wallet
Yes
Explorers:
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Nervos Network CKB Rank 102
$0.004601 (1.16%)
0.00000044 BTC (2.33%)
0.00001337 ETH (2.05%)
1 BTC ≈ 2,272,727 CKB
1 ETH ≈ 74,794 CKB
CKB
USD
Market Cap:
$95,518,023
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$133,775,438
Volume 24h:
$633,796
ROI (USD):
-53.99% / 0.46x
ATH:
$0.00985746
ATH Date:
18 August 2020
From ATH / To ATH:
-53.26% / 114.24%
Circulating Supply:
20,759,705,496 CKB
Total Supply:
29,075,296,231 CKB
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Nervos Network (CKB) is a cryptocurrency, the latest Nervos Network price is $0.004601, up 1.16% in the last 24 hours. Nervos Network market cap is $95,518,023 with a 24h volume of $633,796. It has a circulating supply of 20,759,705,496 CKB and a total supply of 29,075,296,231 CKB. Nervos Network reached it's all time high on 18 August 2020 when it was trading at $0.00985746.
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The Nervos Network is an open source public blockchain ecosystem and collection of protocols solving the biggest challenges facing blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum today.


The Nervos CKB (Common Knowledge Base)

Nervos CKB is a Layer 1, Proof of Work and Store of Value blockchain - a permissionless, decentralized, immutable and secure base layer that provides store of assets and common knowledge for the network. In a blockchain context, "common knowledge" refers to current data or "state" verified by global consensus.
The CKB acts as the foundation for decentralized trust of a layered and decentralized economy, enabling and ensuring the security of the trustless activities of the upper layers and the whole ecosystem. Nervos CKB is the only PoW multi-asset & store of value general purpose blockchain for the new crypto-economy.

  • A Sustainable Multi-asset, Store of Value Blockchain
    Designed to best support on-chain verification and off-chain computation - the Common Knowledge Base (CKB) is an open source, permissionless and Proof of Work secured blockchain that serves as a decentralized custodian of 'common knowledge'. Designed to provide sustainable security and be a preservation focused, store of asset and store of value blockchain - this allows the CKB to serve as the trust anchor for the entire Nervos Network.
  • Like Bitcoin, it is maximally secure, permissionless and censorship-resistant
    Unlike other "decentralized computation platforms" that rely on novel consensus protocols or questionable decentralization assumptions to increase throughput (TPS), CKB adopts and improves upon Bitcoin's battle tested Nakamoto consensus - NC-Max - that ensures the anti-fragile and attack resistant properties that only a Proof of Work system can provide.
  • A layer 1, specifically built for layer 2 scaling solutions
    The Nervos CKB is purposefully built for layer 2 development, scaling solutions and enables layer 2 protocols (side chains, state channels, payment channels and more). By leveraging the security of the layer 1 CKB, it provides unlimited scalability and allow tradeoffs for application-specific concerns such as privacy and finality for the Nervos Network ecosystem.
  • Native token aligns the interests of all network users
    The CKByte’s unique crypto-economic design make it an ideal use case for Store of Value as well as capturing the total value of the network to increase security and aligning the interests of Users, Miners, Developers and Node operators. It includes a crypto-economic design not just to facilitate transactions, but also for long-term value preservation which scales with network growth and value creation.
  • Built for developers and native smart contract capabilities
    Built for Developers and Layer 2 solutions, The CKB allows developers to program with a range of mainstream programming languages. With a low level virtual machine, libraries and crypto-primitives (such as signature algorithms or key functions) can be built and directly deployed on the virtual machine (VM) with no hard forks needed while taking advantage of the security and low level VM for value storage and transaction verification on the CKB.
  • Solves the biggest challenges facing blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum today.
    Features such as decoupling of computation and verification for flexibility and scalability, alignment of SoV and MoE users to incentivize security, sustainable blockchain data growth and consensus optimization to combat selfish mining are just a few of the issues solved via the Nervos Common Knowledge Base protocol, crypto-economic and Virtual Machine design


The Nervos CKByte

The CKByte (Common Knowledge Byte) is the native token of the Nervos CKB. The CKbyte represents ownership of the Common Knowledge Base blockchain and is designed to be used as a store of value and for resource management. Equivalent to owning land, with the CKByte you can use it to store assets, smart contracts and other types of “common knowledge” or rent out your space.
The CKbyte scales with value creation through other tokens, assets, data and smart contracts deployed on the network. As the Nervos network grows, it is expected that the demand for the CKByte token will grow as well. It is this innovative crypto-economic design that aligns network participants, and enhances the network’s "store of asset" properties.
The Nervos DAO is an inflation shelter from secondary issuance used to manage state storage and provide sustainable incentives for miners. Store of Value users can lock their tokens in the Nervos DAO and receive a proportional share of this inflation. In this way your tokens are never diluted beyond a fixed cap.


Crypto-Economics

The CKB economic model focuses on state (remembered information). The native tokens, CKBytes represent rights to occupy state storage.
For example holding 1000 CK Bytes would allow a user to create a cell with 1000 bytes in capacity or multiple cells that add up to 1000 bytes in capacity.
Owners can utilize their CKBytes to store state or lend their capacity to others. An implicit cost proportional to disk space and time is created - if an owner utilizes their cell capacity to store state, they will incur an opportunity cost of their potential earnings from lending out the capacity. They will also forgo secondary issuance rewards from the NervosDAO. This is the CKB's solution to the long-standing state bloat problem.
CKB is a "Store of Assets" platform. Miners earn CKBytes, which are required to store assets. As demand for assets on CKB rises, the demand for storage space on the blockchain rises as well, and the miners' block rewards is expected to become worth more. This translates crypto-asset demand into miner revenue and will increases platform security as assets on the platform increase in price.
The protocol constrains state growth through monetary policy, collecting state rent through a "targeted inflation" scheme from state users. When base issuance stops, miners will still receive income from state rent (secondary issuance).


Consensus

CKB consensus is based on Proof of Work and the Nakamoto consensus. It's designed for openness, censorship resistance and high performance in distributed environments with network delay and Byzantine node faults. CKB's PoW algorithm (NC-Max) adjusts block difficulty in response to network conditions, increasing throughput when the network of nodes is well-connected and slowing it when the block orphan rate passes a certain threshold.
In open, permissionless blockchain networks, censorship resistance comes from the broadest consensus scope.
With a low barrier for full node participation, CKB is intended to be run by a robust network of affordable full nodes with no barrier to joining such as appoval, application or 'staking' requirement thus insuring decentralization. Participants of the decentralized network can verify history and state independently without trust in a third party or service. This creates a neutral platform free of censorship or confiscation risks, the fundamental reasons why public blockchains like Bitcoin are valuable.

Terry Tai
Co-founder, Jack of all Trades
Involved in 1 project
Daniel Lv
Co-founder, Community Building
Involved in 1 project
Kevin Wang
Co-founder, Researcher, Token Economics
Involved in 1 project
Jan Xie
Architect & Researcher
Involved in 1 project
Bo Wang
Researcher, Layer 2
Involved in 1 project
Ren Zhang
Researcher, Consensus
Involved in 1 project
Alan Szepieniec
Researcher, Cryptography
Involved in 1 project
Ke Wang
Researcher, Consensus
Involved in 1 project
Ian Yang
Developer, CKB
Involved in 1 project
Xuejie Xiao
Developer, CKB-VM
Involved in 1 project
Linfeng Qian
Developer, CKB
Involved in 1 project
Dingwei Zhang
Developer, CKB
Involved in 1 project
Quake Wang
Developer, CKB
Involved in 1 project
Jinyang Jiang
Developer, CKB
Involved in 1 project
Drift Luo
Developer, P2P
Involved in 1 project
Chen Yu
Developer, Front-end
Involved in 1 project
Tannr Allard
Developer
Involved in 1 project
James Chen
Developer, Neuron & SDKs
Involved in 1 project
Ben Waters
Operations
Involved in 1 project
Advisors
Jiasun Li
Involved in 2 projects
Chuanwei Zou
Involved in 1 project
Qianhong Wu
Involved in 2 projects
Source
Rating
3.7 / 5
3.8 / 5
4.2 / 5
Average
3.9 / 5
Ratings has been aggregated in date 20 April 2020
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Rank 102


Nervos Network CKB

$0.004601 (1.16%)
0.00000044 BTC (2.33%)
0.00001337 ETH (2.05%)
Market Cap:
$95,518,023
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$133,775,438
Volume 24h:
$633,796
ROI (USD):
-53.99% / 0.46x
ATH:
$0.00985746
ATH Date:
18 August 2020
From ATH / To ATH:
-53.26% / 114.24%
Circulating Supply:
20,759,705,496 CKB
Total Supply:
29,075,296,231 CKB
1 BTC:
≈ 2,272,727 CKB
1 ETH:
≈ 74,794 CKB
CKB
USD
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1h -
24h 1.16%
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7d -10.20%
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1y -
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1h -0.03%
24h 2.05%
7d -7.48%
30d -34.14%
1y -
To The Moon 🚀🌕
CKB
ROI x1

USD Amount -
BTC Amount -
ETH Amount -
Price $0.004601
Market Cap $95,518,023
Fully Diluted Market Cap $133,780,090
BTC Price 0.00000044
ETH Price 0.00001337
ICO Details
ICO Start:
01 Oct 2019
ICO End:
24 Oct 2019
Hardcap:
72,000,000 USD
Token Price:
0.01 USD
Total Supply:
33,600,000,000
ICO Supply:
7,056,000,000 (21%)
Accepting:
BTC, ETH, USD
Whitelist/KYC:
KYC
Country:
United States
Coin Details
Ticker:
CKB
Algorithm
Eaglesong
Consensus
Proof of Work
Open Source
Yes
Hardware Wallet
Yes
Explorers:
Description
Category: Blockchain

The Nervos Network is built to support the growth of a crypto economy. In this economy, users' assets are represented by different kinds of tokens, and are traded in a financial system that is open and programmable.

Nervos Network (CKB) is a cryptocurrency, the latest Nervos Network price is $0.004601, up 1.16% in the last 24 hours. Nervos Network market cap is $95,518,023 with a 24h volume of $633,796. It has a circulating supply of 20,759,705,496 CKB and a total supply of 29,075,296,231 CKB. Nervos Network reached it's all time high on 18 August 2020 when it was trading at $0.00985746.
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The Nervos Network is an open source public blockchain ecosystem and collection of protocols solving the biggest challenges facing blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum today.


The Nervos CKB (Common Knowledge Base)

Nervos CKB is a Layer 1, Proof of Work and Store of Value blockchain - a permissionless, decentralized, immutable and secure base layer that provides store of assets and common knowledge for the network. In a blockchain context, "common knowledge" refers to current data or "state" verified by global consensus.
The CKB acts as the foundation for decentralized trust of a layered and decentralized economy, enabling and ensuring the security of the trustless activities of the upper layers and the whole ecosystem. Nervos CKB is the only PoW multi-asset & store of value general purpose blockchain for the new crypto-economy.

  • A Sustainable Multi-asset, Store of Value Blockchain
    Designed to best support on-chain verification and off-chain computation - the Common Knowledge Base (CKB) is an open source, permissionless and Proof of Work secured blockchain that serves as a decentralized custodian of 'common knowledge'. Designed to provide sustainable security and be a preservation focused, store of asset and store of value blockchain - this allows the CKB to serve as the trust anchor for the entire Nervos Network.
  • Like Bitcoin, it is maximally secure, permissionless and censorship-resistant
    Unlike other "decentralized computation platforms" that rely on novel consensus protocols or questionable decentralization assumptions to increase throughput (TPS), CKB adopts and improves upon Bitcoin's battle tested Nakamoto consensus - NC-Max - that ensures the anti-fragile and attack resistant properties that only a Proof of Work system can provide.
  • A layer 1, specifically built for layer 2 scaling solutions
    The Nervos CKB is purposefully built for layer 2 development, scaling solutions and enables layer 2 protocols (side chains, state channels, payment channels and more). By leveraging the security of the layer 1 CKB, it provides unlimited scalability and allow tradeoffs for application-specific concerns such as privacy and finality for the Nervos Network ecosystem.
  • Native token aligns the interests of all network users
    The CKByte’s unique crypto-economic design make it an ideal use case for Store of Value as well as capturing the total value of the network to increase security and aligning the interests of Users, Miners, Developers and Node operators. It includes a crypto-economic design not just to facilitate transactions, but also for long-term value preservation which scales with network growth and value creation.
  • Built for developers and native smart contract capabilities
    Built for Developers and Layer 2 solutions, The CKB allows developers to program with a range of mainstream programming languages. With a low level virtual machine, libraries and crypto-primitives (such as signature algorithms or key functions) can be built and directly deployed on the virtual machine (VM) with no hard forks needed while taking advantage of the security and low level VM for value storage and transaction verification on the CKB.
  • Solves the biggest challenges facing blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum today.
    Features such as decoupling of computation and verification for flexibility and scalability, alignment of SoV and MoE users to incentivize security, sustainable blockchain data growth and consensus optimization to combat selfish mining are just a few of the issues solved via the Nervos Common Knowledge Base protocol, crypto-economic and Virtual Machine design


The Nervos CKByte

The CKByte (Common Knowledge Byte) is the native token of the Nervos CKB. The CKbyte represents ownership of the Common Knowledge Base blockchain and is designed to be used as a store of value and for resource management. Equivalent to owning land, with the CKByte you can use it to store assets, smart contracts and other types of “common knowledge” or rent out your space.
The CKbyte scales with value creation through other tokens, assets, data and smart contracts deployed on the network. As the Nervos network grows, it is expected that the demand for the CKByte token will grow as well. It is this innovative crypto-economic design that aligns network participants, and enhances the network’s "store of asset" properties.
The Nervos DAO is an inflation shelter from secondary issuance used to manage state storage and provide sustainable incentives for miners. Store of Value users can lock their tokens in the Nervos DAO and receive a proportional share of this inflation. In this way your tokens are never diluted beyond a fixed cap.


Crypto-Economics

The CKB economic model focuses on state (remembered information). The native tokens, CKBytes represent rights to occupy state storage.
For example holding 1000 CK Bytes would allow a user to create a cell with 1000 bytes in capacity or multiple cells that add up to 1000 bytes in capacity.
Owners can utilize their CKBytes to store state or lend their capacity to others. An implicit cost proportional to disk space and time is created - if an owner utilizes their cell capacity to store state, they will incur an opportunity cost of their potential earnings from lending out the capacity. They will also forgo secondary issuance rewards from the NervosDAO. This is the CKB's solution to the long-standing state bloat problem.
CKB is a "Store of Assets" platform. Miners earn CKBytes, which are required to store assets. As demand for assets on CKB rises, the demand for storage space on the blockchain rises as well, and the miners' block rewards is expected to become worth more. This translates crypto-asset demand into miner revenue and will increases platform security as assets on the platform increase in price.
The protocol constrains state growth through monetary policy, collecting state rent through a "targeted inflation" scheme from state users. When base issuance stops, miners will still receive income from state rent (secondary issuance).


Consensus

CKB consensus is based on Proof of Work and the Nakamoto consensus. It's designed for openness, censorship resistance and high performance in distributed environments with network delay and Byzantine node faults. CKB's PoW algorithm (NC-Max) adjusts block difficulty in response to network conditions, increasing throughput when the network of nodes is well-connected and slowing it when the block orphan rate passes a certain threshold.
In open, permissionless blockchain networks, censorship resistance comes from the broadest consensus scope.
With a low barrier for full node participation, CKB is intended to be run by a robust network of affordable full nodes with no barrier to joining such as appoval, application or 'staking' requirement thus insuring decentralization. Participants of the decentralized network can verify history and state independently without trust in a third party or service. This creates a neutral platform free of censorship or confiscation risks, the fundamental reasons why public blockchains like Bitcoin are valuable.

Terry Tai
Co-founder, Jack of all Trades
Involved in 1 project
Daniel Lv
Co-founder, Community Building
Involved in 1 project
Kevin Wang
Co-founder, Researcher, Token Economics
Involved in 1 project
Jan Xie
Architect & Researcher
Involved in 1 project
Bo Wang
Researcher, Layer 2
Involved in 1 project
Ren Zhang
Researcher, Consensus
Involved in 1 project
Alan Szepieniec
Researcher, Cryptography
Involved in 1 project
Ke Wang
Researcher, Consensus
Involved in 1 project
Ian Yang
Developer, CKB
Involved in 1 project
Xuejie Xiao
Developer, CKB-VM
Involved in 1 project
Linfeng Qian
Developer, CKB
Involved in 1 project
Dingwei Zhang
Developer, CKB
Involved in 1 project
Quake Wang
Developer, CKB
Involved in 1 project
Jinyang Jiang
Developer, CKB
Involved in 1 project
Drift Luo
Developer, P2P
Involved in 1 project
Chen Yu
Developer, Front-end
Involved in 1 project
Tannr Allard
Developer
Involved in 1 project
James Chen
Developer, Neuron & SDKs
Involved in 1 project
Ben Waters
Operations
Involved in 1 project
Advisors
Jiasun Li
Involved in 2 projects
Chuanwei Zou
Involved in 1 project
Qianhong Wu
Involved in 2 projects
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Source
Rating
3.7 / 5
3.8 / 5
4.2 / 5
Average
3.9 / 5
Ratings aggregated in date 20 April 2020
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